Sheriff, community come together to save Brevard County’s pets

December 8, 2016

Sheriff, community come together to save Brevard County’s pets What do you think of when you imagine law enforcement running an animal shelter? If you imagine increased lifesaving, innovative programs, an updated shelter, and a community united to keep animals in their homes and get them adopted if that’s not possible, then one of the […]

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ICYMI: What your shelter should know about the Million Cat Challenge

December 1, 2016

Have questions about the Million Cat Challenge, aren’t sure how to sign up, don’t know what’s involved, or wonder how this will help your shelter? Challenge co-founders Dr. Julie Levy of the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida and Dr. Kate Hurley of the UC Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program will cover […]

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Why we’re thankful for YOU!

November 22, 2016

We know we don’t need to thank you for finding ways to save more cats. That’s just what you do. That’s why you get up in the morning and go to work every day, same as all of us here at Million Cat Challenge HQ. But we do want to thank you for reaffirming our […]

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ICYMI: How to deal with a deluge of kittens in your shelter

November 10, 2016

An animal shelter isn’t a good place for kittens too young to be adopted, whether they’re orphaned or not. What if you could inspire the community to step up and care for these fragile little lives until they were 8 weeks old? They’re doing just that at Miami-Dade Animal Services, and Chief Veterinarian Dr. Maria […]

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Free powerhouse webinars on community cat management!

November 2, 2016

Target Zero, a Million Cat Challenge Supporting Organization, has an impressive track record helping communities implement progressve community cat management programs. They’re presenting two free webinars through Maddie’s Fund on Wednesday, Nov. 9, and you’re invited! Sign up at the links below. Title: Creating Responsible Lifesaving Public Policy: Solutions for Community Cats Date: Wednesday, November […]

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Shelter launches adoption program for FeLV-positive cats – and they all go home!

October 25, 2016

Can animal shelters find homes for cats who test positive for feline leukemia (FeLV)? That was the question at Chicago’s Tree House Humane Society. Here’s what happened when they decided to try, told by their director of veterinary services, Dr. Emily Swiniarski. Our adoptions department has never considered FeLV-positive cats for adoption before. They were […]

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